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and political minds saw the debate. >> mitt romney has the demeanor, the temperament, the principles, the skills, to be a great person policy president. >> what governor romney showed today and i felt badly because it's clear he is not ready to be the commander-in-chief of the united states military. >> nobody won. it was a draw. >> boring. so boring. it was the most boring debate i've ever seen. >> governor romney, while he may have "lost the debate" looked like a commander-in-chief. and presented himself in a presidential way. >> i think the president was very aggressive and it's hoard win a debate when you're not in that mode. >> i think it's unequivocal, romney won. not just tactically, but strategically. >> eric: so, let's each take a minute or so and call the debate the way we saw it. bob has promised he won't interrupt anyone. start with andrea and run around the table. what did you think? >> andrea: i think it was probably a draw. it's supposed to be boring. it's foreign policy debate not episode of "the a team." romney had one job, to convince the american people he cou job. obama's job
and it is obvious the afghans are unable to handle their security? do we still leave? and i believe, governor romney, you go first. >> we will be finished by 2014. and when i'm president, we'll make sure we bring our troops out by the end of 2014. the commanders and the generals there are on track to do so. we have seen progress over the past several years. the surge has been successful. and the training program is proceeding at pace. there are now a large number of afghan security forces, 350,000 that are ready to step in to provide security. and we're going to be able to make that transition by the end of 2014. so our troops will come home at that point. i can tell you at the same time that we will make sure that -- we look at what's happening in pakistan and recognize what's happening in pakistan is going to have a major impact on the success in afghanistan. and i say that because i know a lot of people just feel like we just just brush our hands and walk away, i don't mean you, mr. president, some people in our nation feel that pakistan is being nice to us and that we should just walk away from
. it jumped to senator john mccain first. what do you expect out of this and romney tonight? what do you expect out of obama? mccain said romney should make it clear he is not interested in fighting every fight and he has a policy of strength, peace through strength. as far as the president's concerned, let me just finish, as far as the president is concerned he said he thinks that president obama has been less than transparent with the american people. i bumped in to senator graham. he was vehement how important the debate was defining the foreign policiful he feels that obama's group is trying to redesign romney in a way he doesn't need to be defined on his own. a lot on the foreign policy debatech >> bob: i have two questions. how many pictures did you have taken down there? did you run in to any democrats by chance? >> eric: i did. glad you asked. so far i have been tweeting pictures. candy crowley -- >> dana: how did that go? >> eric: i did. i bumped in to generaler the sak frish if obama campaign. what do you think president obama will say to define his person sol? she said he's al
the ambassador maybe more of the ambassador. it is scary what's going on. mitt romney is politicizing this. if they cover this stuff up they politicized it. >> they would haved -- covered themselves a little bit when the pentagon and white house said they used the policies that were well ahead of laid out of an established policy. i thought that was a signal of there might be -- they might come out later on and say we need to change our policy but they followed the guidelines. you think that was a cover? >> i think what we have there was a coverup. we were able to watch this and survey it in real time that they had the ability the cooperation center and activated emergency alet network they could have had fast teams there they should have intervened they knew what was going on they had tables in advance from the ambassador he was requesting assistance requesting help there are things specifically they were preplanned attacks they weren't random and they were under fire. he was a sitting duck and the man was murdered. >>> all of the communications problems as the situation was unfolding we
until voters head to the polls. romney focusing today on the battleground of ohio, while president obama hit three more swing states. what are the candidates' strategies for the final stretch? karl rove on romney's approach. >> indict president bam become's record using his own words and standards and do in zo in sorrow, not in anger. disappointment, not malice. second of all, talk about that he has a plan to help the middle class. the final element is accentuate he was a republican governor in a heavily democrat state. >> dana: karl on obama's campaign strategy. >> frankly, they have not offered a plan for the second term. they took his convention speech, boiled it -- bumped it up to 20-page pamphlet and handed it out as a plan for the future. the second element of the strategy, attack romney. say, they got three ads up running now. on the stump and in their ads and commentary, they'll depict romney as a liar. this is really difficult to do. dangerous for a president to do. unpresidential, and it's difficult to do when your opponent has higher favorable ratings than you do. >> dana: tak
at the two candidate, what they're doing today. governor romney has been delivering a major economic address to voters in iowa. >> this is not the time to double down on trickle-down government policies that have failed us. it's time for new bold changes that measure up to the moment. that can bring america's family to certainty, that the future will be better than the past. >> eric: president obama on the other hand, has a different agenda. today he is hanging out with mtv. look, it doesn't matter what you think of romney. what matters is this. do you really want four more years of obamanomics? check out the latest poll from abc/"washington post." when asked who do you trust more to hand the economy? romney 45 #%. president obama 43%. nine-point difference is huge. we have 11 days to decide who will lead the great republic out of the economic slump or in. ask yourself do i want to guy with job creation all over his resume, or the guy who spends his time with leno, letterman, jon stewart, pimp with the limp and mtv? i don't think, today was an unbelievable look in two candidates. >> dana: tr
question more than 21,000 folks in 21 countries and 50% preferred obama and only 9% favored romney. the french were obama's strongest supporters. followed by australians and, of course, his fellow kenyans. so why do places like france, want four more years? france is doing these days, i guess misery loves company. so let's face it. asking the world about who should run america is like asking children how much candy should cost? the world somehow thinks weakened america is way better for them. quite the contrary. in america, that is respected and fear and unincumbered by child obesity and weepy activism keeps america safer. if i want a trusted opinion i wouldn't use a bbbc poll. nobel prize winner who deserved it and former polish president who endorsed romney for president in july. whose opinion matters more? polish joke is on them. >> eric: kenyans favor obama over -- >> dana: it went down. >> greg: it went down. >> dana: favorable in kenya has gone down. tragedy. >> greg: but it could be because romney was born in kenya. >> kimberly: ah-ha. >> greg: we didn't figure that. we didn
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